In aid of Cranleigh Lions, who do a tremendous amount for the community and helping those in need, this is an exciting event for local cyclists of every level of proficiency.
On Sunday 2 October, at 8.30am we meet at the Bandroom on Village Way, where tea/coffee and bacon rolls will be served (similar refreshments will also be available at the end) – local cyclists will gather for a memorable sporting day.
The ‘Big Cat’ rides, all with suitable names, on roads and the Downs Link, are as follows:
- Lion’s Roar – a challenging 72 mile journey to Shoreham Airport
- Lion’s Mane – a 42 mile trip to Seale Tea Rooms
- Lion’s Paw – 34 miles to Stan’s Bike Shack, and for the family
- Lion Cub – 10 miles to Shamley Green and back.
To enter a donation of £5 in advance or £8 on the day, with families at £10 – or more if you want to offer this to the good causes it supports.
To sign up for your Cranleigh Big Cat Charity Ride, and to download the routes click here.
Advance booking makes it easier for the organisers.
So gather your friends and family bike riders to join you or support you in this fun event which promises to be a hugely enjoyable day out for the very fit, the would be fit and the could be anything.
Book early and roar in for charity.